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Spring Party Weekend

19 Apr

It’s that time of the year when professors leave upstate New York in fear of the wrath of Spring Party Weekend. Three (or four, or five) days of insane college students getting drunk on lawns, attending concerts, and not remembering any of it. If you want, you can jump in a pool of Jello, or maybe some beach volleyball is more your cup of tea. Barbecues are lit up, even if it rains, and campus tours for potential applicants are cancelled.

This year, Avicii is the main stage performer (I don’t want to think about how much of my tuition is going towards this concert).  Following this is a foam party with Kap Slap. 80s cover bands, and Springsteen cover bands, add to the collection of events.

As we’ve mentioned before on Unfound, Kap Slap is originally from our high school and damn, he makes some good music. Here is his recent mix of Swedish House Mafia with “Call Me Maybe.”

Things are about to get nuts at Colgate. As Walter Cronkite said in 1972: “There are two places in the world I wouldn’t want my daughter to be … Vietnam and Colgate during Spring Party Weekend.” 



Kap Slap 1/12/11 @ The Middle East

13 Jan

The ceiling was dripping wet with condensation and the floor was riddled with kids barely out of high school. You can’t expect anything else when you’re going to “Throwed” events, however, it’s very appropriate considering that Kap Slap probably started out playing for frat parties. Really fun show, Jared had a awesome stage presence and got everyone pumped. But after last night and seeing Super Mash Bros last year, I’ve realized that mashup artists just don’t do it as well as DJs while performing live. He stuck mostly to his popular mashes and just linked them with a cross fader and occasionally played with the EQ. Nothing unexpected, but nothing other than great time. It seem’s like he’s on his way to becoming the top mashup artist out there, and he’s also a really nice guy, so check him out and download Kap Slap.


Kap Slap

17 Dec

I got into a conversation about mashups with a friend who informed me the artist Kap Slap was from my high school-Whoa, what!? That came as a total surprise. Jared’s motto is Mashups for Raging, and that’s exactly what it is, a complete party vibe. Check out his hectic medley’s and get buck.

I first heard of Kap Slap through his collab with 3LAU in “Turbulent Rock Anthem” and then his “Strobe Lights Say My Name” This is Guetta’s Calling Solveig Up”-Download. Check out his site for his all his songs and


The new year is coming

7 Dec

Meaning the “best of 2011” mashups will be upon us. Here’s the first one I’ve come across so far.



The Pregame Handbook

15 Nov

It’s not a pregame unless there’s music. Playing the proper music at your pregame isn’t about having one good playlist, it’s about to catering to the crowd and the occasion you’re drinking for. Here’s a mini-playlist for your different types of friends and helping them get from a to b (where b may be drunkland or cloud9). Hopefully these songs keep your friends’ paws off your iPod/laptop.

There’s a lot of mash-ups and I’ve tried not to include any songs I’ve already posted. (Downloads are in batches when size limit allowed). Enjoy.


The “we pre game harder than you party” Pregame

When to play:

-Your living room looks like a frat house

-Dom Mazzetti just showed up and has high expectations for an epic night

-You have a subwoofer and lights


1. Strobe (Special Features Remix)- Deadmau5

2. All Night Long- 3LAU 3. Electric Dream- Mord Fustang

4. Fight Club Is Closed (Religion Remix)- Dada Life 5. Raging Levels- Mochi Beats

Serve with: Hard liquor

What to expect:

-People jumping, fist pumping, and yelling

-You’re definitely going to a club afterwards


The Dubstep Pregame

When to play:

-You’re going to a Bassnectar concert tonight

-You want to limber up your spine for those epic drops


1. Cinema (Skrillex Remix)- Benny Benassi

2. 1975- Zeds Dead _ 3. Feel So Close (Nero Remix)- Calvin Harris

4. Magical World- Bassnectar _ 5. Promises (Skrillex & Nero Remix)- Nero

6. Disco Rangers- Skrillex _ 7. Never Good Enough (The Killabits Remix)- Major Lazer _ 8. I Can’t Stop- Flux Pavillion

Serve with: Liquor or Pills

What to expect

-Possible injuries

-Noise complaints from frightened neighbors


The Suburban Alt. Pregame

When to play:

-Crowd includes liberal arts college students wearing flannels from urbz and soft hipsters who appreciate indie pop

-People are playing card-based drinking games


1. Low Shoulder- Toro y Moi _ 2. Up All Night- French Horn Rebellion _ 3. Punching In A Dream- TNAF

4. Pumped Up Kicks (Myndset Remix)- Foster the People _ 5. Little Bit (Villains Remix)- Lyyke Li

6. Baby- PNAU

7. Paradise (Fedde Le Grand Remix)-Coldplay

What to serve: Beers with a craft image but are actually owned by Ansesier-Buscsh, mixed drinks

What to expect:

-Name dropping of indie bands


The Deep Hipster Pregame

When to play:

-Your friends show up on fixed gears looking like homeless people

-You can’t play anything mainstream, unless it’s ironic or retro

-You can’t be too loud because your apartment is a closet in Brooklyn


1. Pure- Blackbird Blackbird_ 2. Grass- Animal Collective_ 3. Lovers- Brothertiger

4. Change of Pace- Orca Orca _ 5. Summer Holiday- Wild Nothing_ 6. Rad Racer (Summer Heart Remix)- Work Drugs_ 7. Sacred Heart- Cass McCombs

What to serve: PBR, beers no one has heard of, whiskey you got at a thrift store/ dumpster

What to expect:

-You probably won’t decide on going out anywhere that costs money

-People asking if you have any vegan snacks

-Hippie Jam Fest 2005


The Pop Pregame:

When to play:

-Friends don’t care too much for “techno” and hate hipsters

-Any songs they don’t know automatically suck

-Girls are tired of watching guys play beer pong and want to sing pop-songs  to occupy their time


1. It’s His Empire Sled- Youtube Mashup Proj._ 2. Give Me Everything (Tonight)- Pitbull

3. Little Secret Fireman- Tim Gunter_ 4. Ignition (Keep It Remixing Louder)- The Hood Internet

5. Bad Touch- Bloodhound Gang_ 6. Infinite Dream- White Panda_7. What’s Luv- Fat Joe Ft. Ashanti

What to serve: Light beer and Smirnoff Ice

What to expect:



The Reggae Pregame

When to play:

-You’re heading to a Rebelution concert or Marley Fest

-You have a comfortable couch


1. Jah roots- Sashamon_ 2. Youths Dem Cold- Richie Spice_ 3. Under Mi Sensi- Barrington Levy

4. Ganja Farmer- Marlon Asher_ 5. Pressure Drop- Toots & The Maytals_ 6. Roc Boys vs. Mrs. Officer -Slightly Stoopid & Jay Z

What to serve: Herbs

What to expect:

-Your friends eating all your food and playing Mario kart

-A lice-infested and stanky living room


The Punk Pregame:

When to play:

-You’re friends don’t wash their hair and only wear black tshirts and jeans

-Quality of the song is proportional to how badass it is


1. Obstacle 1- Interpol _ 2. Swim- Surfer Blood_ 3. Anarchy in the UK- Sex Pistols_ 4. Sex and Violence- The Exploited

5. Self Esteem- The Offspring_ 6. Tribulations- LCD Soundsystem_ 7. YSTC- Cassius

Serve with: Bud heavy

What to expect:

-Swearing, middle-fingers, cigarettes

-Not being let into any bars or clubs

-Drunken skateboarding

-Broken or burnt furniture



17 Aug

Mashup of Dstep hits

(youtube vid got taken down… working on finding a new one…)



Are you too good for your home?

11 Apr

For some reason this song doesn’t get old




7 Feb

Combining Indian music (think A.R. Rahman) with American music comes the fabulous album,  Rahman Noodles, by NYC’s RajStar.

Chicken Tikka meets Grits. Curry meets Steak. You get the idea. Rahman Noodles takes samples of AR Rahman’s work (i.e. Slumdog Millionaire, Bombay, etc.) and samples of various western musicians (i.e. Jay-Z, Michael Jackson), all taken completely apart and put back together, mixed with the finest of spices and elements of RajStar’s own production to bring you a completely unique sound…Rahman Noodles.”

Check out and download “Welcome Da” and “Flashing Rang” below.


Download Welcome Da
Download Flashing Rang



30 Dec

Goodbye 2010. Hello new decade.

Earworm’s other one’s were much better than this crap


Jay Z vs. LCD

27 Dec



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